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Wahoo Coffee coffee roaster of organic and fair trade 100% arabica coffee beans. Free shipping with 3 lbs or more. Fresh roasted coffee www.WahooCoffee.com 321.613.3888

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              Hi, Anne & Jasper here. We live in Townsville, North Queensland, on a quarter acre block, and in our tropical garden we grow (among other fruits and vegetables) coffee. We harvest and prepare it, then roast enough for our own use, without the use of pesticides or elaborate equipment. This video shows how.

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